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Waszczykowski on foreign relations
December 4, 2017   
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Witold Waszczykowski
Poland and Ukraine are in no conflict, albeit Kiev is reluctant to cooperate with Warsaw on bridging the gaps caused by historical burdens weighing on the relationship between the countries, foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski says in an interview for the daily Rzeczpospolita.
Poland is not being isolated on the European and global political scene as it remains an active architect of diplomatic initiatives in the CEE region and has been visited by the world's top politicians, Waszczykowski argues.
Warsaw is yet to coin a final political stance on the issues of war reparations from Germany, as well as repatriation of the government aircraft destroyed in the crash that killed the country's president Lech Kaczynski in 2010, the minister adds.
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